Welcome to Hitchin Films Twice A Month!

Films start at 8pm.

Tickets (£5) on the door.

Door and bar from 7.30pm


A number of tickets are available to pre-book online for each film.


Venue: The Studio at the Queen Mother Theatre (QMT), Walsworth Road. 

We are part of the BFI Film Audience Network and members of Cinema For All



During Hitchin Festival tickets are also available from the festival box office in Churchyard.  This means there are fewer tickets available on line.


Spare tickets are available on the door as usual


You can buy tickets in advance for all films from Wegottickets.

Buy tickets with WeGotTickets

We always have tickets on the door from 7.30pm.


Films start at 8pm..



Autumn - on sale now

September 13 - "A Star is Born" (15)


September 27 - "Styx" (15) (Germany, Austria)


October 4 - "The Sisters Brothers" (15)


October 25 - "Red Joan" (15)


November 15 - "Woman at War" (15) (Iceland)


November 29 - "The White Crow" (15)


December 6 - "Eighth Grade" (15)


Hitchin Festival July 8-13 On Sale Now!


Monday 8th - "Capernaum" - the stand out foreign film from Cannes.  In Nadine Labaki’s powerful drama, a Beirut child sues his parents for giving birth to him – before ending up on the street caring for a stranger’s baby.  See it if you can!!

Review    Trailer   Get Ticket


Tuesday 9th - "Old Hitchin On Film"

This year we present Hitchin old and new....

Get Ticket


Wednesday 10th - "Local Hero" 

This year's classic. A great chance to see this beautiful British film from 1983 from Bill Forsyth with music by Dire Straits.  Dennis Lawson, Fulton Mackay and Burt Lancaster too.  Set in Scotland, it's a comedy drama and that beach never looked so good...and with a message for our times.

Get Ticket


Thursday 11th - "Wild Rose"

And now bang up to date with the current big hit on the 

cinema scene,  Jessie Buckley stars as a fiery Glaswegian singer and single mother dreams of Nashville glory in this gritty feelgood feature

Trailer  Get Ticket


Friday 12th - "The Favourite" - the Oscar winner

Olivia Coleman won the Oscar with an uproarious performance as Britain’s needy and emotionally wounded Queen Anne in this bizarre black comedy of the 18th-century court, a souped up and sweary quasi-Restoration romp full of intrigue and plotting – with wigs, clavichords and long corridors to storm down!

Trailer   Get Ticket



...............bringing cinema back to Hitchin...great films twice a month.

Print Print | Sitemap
© Hitchin Films